The Department of Orthopedic Surgery is a medical specialty that treats the shapes and functions of musculoskeletal system
(limbs, spine, and appendages) medically, surgically, and physically.
About thirty medical staff provide medical treatment in sub-specialties such as cervical spine, lumber spine, knees, shoulders, and elbows diseases as well as bone cancer and hand disorder.
We opened the Scoliosis Center in 2009 to collaborate with the departments of neurosurgery, neurology, rehabilitation medicine, and radiology and the Sports Health Medicine Center to offer objective and scientific treatment of scoliosis.
Recently as various diagnosis and treatment methods of hip joints have been introduced, there are many people who miss the right time to treat or get the wrong treatment as they are exposed to inaccurate information and misunderstanding about their illness. But we continue our efforts to enhance patients’ quality of life by making an accurate diagnosis and using proven treatment methods while operating the Hip Joint Clinic.
AMC also runs the Osteoporosis Clinic and the Lower Extremity Alignment Clinic at the Children’s Hospital to offer more specialized treatment to patients.
Take a look at the treatment of major diseases in your department.
Bone Soft Tissue Sarcoma
AMC Bone & Soft Tissue Sarcoma Center has a collaboration system that allows specialists of the departments of orthopedic surgery, oncology, radiation oncology, pathology, and radiology with sufficient clinical experience and expertise to discuss together on how to decide the best treatment option for each patient.
At the Skin Cancer Center, a biopsy is taken on the same day when patients visit after consulting with specialists and coordinators and cooperation between specialists in dermatopathology and pathology provides the fastest and most accurate diagnosis.
AMC uses evidence-based practices and offers sports therapy as the first line of treatment in collaboration with the sports health center and the department of rehabilitation medicine. If needed, injection therapy is possible with the department of radiology and the department of anesthesiology and pain medicine.